In 2007, Petitioner Jacie Conaway, represented by California attorney, and Animal Rights and Hayden Act expert, Okorie Okorocha, filed a similar action against San Bernardino County, California. The lawsuit later resolved to the satisfaction of all parties.
"Resolved to the satisfaction of all parties" is quite deceiving. It gives the appearance that the petitioner won the case. Wrong, didn't happen. In fact the attorney for Conaway basically walked away from the case. Thousands of public records were pulled and nothing was found, no evidence to support the accusations made in the lawsuit.
Here is a link to the SB Sun about this: http://haydenact.com/sbfrontpage.pdf
"A lawsuit against the agency alleging improperly hurried euthanasia appeared ready to be withdrawn by the filing attorney."
Why do they keep beating a dead horse? Investigation after investigation by everyone and nothing has come of any of them. Why do these activists want to waste taxpayer money, money that could go toward improving Devore but instead staff time is taken pulling records over and over. Taking staff time only hurts the shelter animals. How many investigations will it take to satisfy these activists and convince them that they are the ones doing the most harm to the Devore animals?